We are an advocate for the patient, a translator for their families and a partner to the provider.
Dr. Lin specializes in the unique health needs of the elderly, including chronic diseases, nutritional problems, skin ailments, cognitive loss, memory impairment, adverse affects of medications, immobility and balances issues.
I joined 6M Geriatrics Team as our mission to care for patients in a continuum in the various phases in one’s life was very important to me. The fragmentation of medical care, i.e. being cared for by so many doctors in all different settings or even in the same clinic did not make sense. Building relationship with my patients and families, providing a piece of mind that I will be there for you each step of your medical care in all healthcare settings is the WHY I joined 6M Geriatrics. And delivering the service that really matters to our patients and families is what matters to me as a physician.
In my spare time, I volunteer for my 2 daughters’ PTSA Cultural Fair, Girl Scouts, and Korean-American School. We enjoy adventure travels to places like Patagonia. This year, we have found great local hikes like Mailbox Peak and Snow Lake.
Dr. Lola was born in Nigeria, but grew up in Maryland and Ohio. She come from a fairly large family, and understand the importance of compassion, communication, and empathy. She obtained a BS from Fisk University in Nashville TN. She continued to earn a master’s in health management systems from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh PA. She later went on to earn my medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine. She completed my internship and residency at Grant medical center in Columbus OH, at an esteemed inpatient family medicine program.
Dr. Lola joined 6M Geriatrics, not only for the mission, but because of the population we are serving. Our aging population has spent years giving to their families, jobs, communities, organizations, etc. It is now time for us as a societies, including their healthcare team, to meticulously give back to them. She has a passion for geriatrics, mental health, and doing what’s right for every patient, every time.
She currently reside in north Seattle with my husband and growing family. In her spare time, Dr. Lola love to read, travel, and act in the capacity of food critic (when dining out was a part of our leisure activities).
Outside of practicing medicine, Dr. Hisam Goueli is an advocate for political change and wants to shape laws to best serve patients. Frustrated by the political and economic limitations he faced, Dr. H. Goueli ran for Seattle City Council in 2017 to create a city-wide healthcare platform and subsequently created a PAC called Doctors in Politics to inspire doctors from around the country to pursue political careers and change how we practice healthcare for the betterment of patients.
Ebrima enjoys reading, jogging, play soccer and basketball outside of work.
She is board certified as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, as well as a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner.
In her spare time, Ms. Martin teaches horseback riding lessons and trains horses. She owns a farm and table so she keeps herself busy with projects around the farm and stable.
Dawda Cham, BSN, D.N.P, A.R.N.P, is a Doctor of Nursing Practice and a Board-Certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner.
He is fascinated in helping the sick and the needy. As a result, Dawda has dedicated more than 17 years in both acute and long-term care settings with focus interest in geriatrics and adult primary care.
Dawda did both his undergraduate and doctoral programs from the University of Washington where he graduated with a Doctor of Nursing Practice in 2018. He enjoys helping the sick and the needy. His interest has been working with the underserved and homeless communities. In light of that, he did his capstone project on evaluating a Conditional Cash Transfer Project for Congolese Refugees in the South King County of Seattle.
Dawda enjoys spending time with family. At his leisure time, he plays soccer. Of late, Dawda has been fascinated and watching basketball and football. He also finds hiking exciting and healthy.
Outside of work, Mahmood enjoys hiking and is an avid volleyball player, playing 3 to 5 times per week.
Kim became a Certified Professional Coder in 1996 and she has used that expertise to teach Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants how to document and code to meet payor compliance requirements and optimize organizational revenue. She has also acted as mentor for new Coders as part of the AAPC’s Project XTern, providing guidance and support for new graduates. She enjoys mentoring younger team members, providing coaching and development opportunities for them to grow in their professional roles.
Kim lives in Portland with my husband and the youngest two of our four children, and our two dogs, Greta and Riley. In her spare time, she loves to read and cook.
In her spare time, Ngozi enjoys working out, doing charity work, and spending time with her family and friends.